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Disaster Response

The National Association of EMS Physicians® believes that….

1. Within a defined community the local EMS authority should have a lead role in disaster response and collaborate with other appropriate agencies in a unified command structure as determined by the specific disaster.

2. EMS physicians and administrators should participate in the four phases of disaster management for a defined community (mitigation, planning, response, recovery).

3. EMS providers are uniquely positioned to respond to disasters and work within an Incident Command System (ICS). Therefore, EMS providers should be utilized in disaster response at a local level and encouraged to work together and/or participate with support teams such as CERT/MRC/DMAT.

4. EMS physicians and administrators should plan to address the following issues in anticipation of EMS providers participating in disaster response: licensure, worker protection, liability protection, surge capacity, documentation, and stress management.

At Angel EMS, we adhere to these policies...and then some. This was evident in the April 27, 2011 Tornado that hit Ringgold, Georgia. Angel EMS were the first responders and was key in the search, rescue, and treatment of those affected by this storm.

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